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Defeated NDC presidential aspirants urged to join forces with Mahama

proofreadDefeated NDC presidential aspirants urged to join forces with Mahama

Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Samuel Ofosu Ampofo has
urged all six defeated flag bearer aspirants of the party to come together and
work with former President John Dramani Mahama towards a win in the 2020
general elections.

He noted that the time had come for the aspirants to join forces
with former President Mahama to wrest power from the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

Mr Ofosu Ampofo
made the call during an interaction with all the seven candidates who contested
for the party’s flagbearership position last week to strategise ahead of the
2020 elections.

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“We believe that you’re major stakeholders of
the party, your contribution to our forward march will be very critical because
you bring diverse experience and input into the work of the party.”

“We want to
appreciate you and to assure you that as we move forward towards 2020 in our
campaign, we have a place for everybody and a role for everybody to play so
that together we work assiduously and capture power from the NPP.”

“I want to commend all of you and to assure you
that we will work hand in gloves with you and support our flag bearer to
deliver a massive victory for the NDC come December 2020.”

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“We believe that
by January 7, 2021, this country will be swearing in a new president and that
new president will be no other than Mr Mahama”, Mr Ofosu Ampofo added. 

Speaking on
behalf of the other defeated aspirants, Professor Joshua Alabi pledged to
support the cause and make sure former President Mahama captured power in the
2020 general elections.

 “In this case our objective is 2020 and I
strongly believe that with what we’ve just started, we’re getting ready and
very soon we shall be ready to move out there to start work and make sure we
take power from the NPP. I’m very confident 2020 is for us but then we have a
lot of work to do.” –ghanaweb.com

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